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|Sep 27, 2016 - Touchdowns And Trains: by Jack M. Turner, Photos by John C. Turner. The arrival of autumn each year signals the start of one of my favorite activities as I attend football games, primarily high school games. This passion can be traced back to my grandfather who was a legendary high school coach in... Read More>>|
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|Jun 15, 2016 - Riding On The Amtrak City Of New Orleans: Report & Photos Jack M. Turner A familiar feeling swept over me as my wife and I stepped inside New Orleans Union Passenger Terminal on Wednesday, June 15 to board the City of New Orleans headed to Chicago. Our ultimate destination, Seattle, was a three night... Read More>>|